Jamal Adams was fired up after Sunday’s game against the Oakland Raiders.
The New York Jets safety had seven tackles and a half-sack, giving him 6.5 sacks over the last four games.
To celebrate, Adams took to Twitter and posted a photo of him and teammates sacking Raiders QB Derek Carr. That prompted Carr’s brother, Darren, to comment under it.
Adams told him to frame it, to which Darren responded by posting photos of Adams getting burned for a TD by then-New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.
Adams then decided to hit below the belt and get personal by bringing up Carr’s high school job.
Darren wanted no more action as he tried to play victim in his response, but Adams wasn’t having it.
Adams didn’t start it, but he definitely finished it.
New York will go on the road next game against the Cincinnati Bengals.